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من که هنوز زنده ام :)

دیروز اتفاقی وقتی تلویزیون رو روشن با این دیالوگ ها مواجه شدم:(برنامه ی قرعه کشی هدایای یه برندی بود!) -تا ا سال چیزی نمونده، شما که می خواید وسایل خونه رو عوض کنید، خوب زودتر ید دیگه! که بعدشم تو قرعه کشی بووووق شرکت کنید -برید ید کنید، وسایلو عوض کنید این آ سالی، رنگ زندگیتون عوض شه... . . .داشتم از یکی از خیابون های شهر عبور می ، مغازه های فرش فروشی، شلوغ نه! غلغله بود... واقعا عید میشه، باید همه فرش نو ب ن!؟! . . . . مسیر برگشت از من، از چهارراه ولیعصر(ع) می گذره، یعنی دلم می خواد گریه کنم انقدر ترافیکه! آخه چرا؟! . . . بعد چند وقت دوستمو دیدم، میگه، سلام، خوبی؟ چه خبر؟ یدای عیدتو کردی؟ -یعنی واقعا باید هر عید ید کرد؟ . این عید هیچی! هیچی ! ن یدم، چون واقعنی هرچی فکر چیزی نیاز نداشتم... اگه زنده موندم و اتفاقی برام نیوفتاد بهتون می گم...شما هم تجربه کنید، بعید می دونم ادم رو بکشه ... ادامه ...

شه رازدردوشلوغ!شعر:محمدکدخ (عرفان) crowded city! poem:mohammad kadkhodaie

آرزو دارم ازین شهرِ پر از رنج و پراز درد و شلوغ همه جا پوسیده از نفرت وکینه حسد و مکر و دروغ بپرم ! ادامه مطلب ... ادامه ...

متن های پیشنهادی برای اربعین

in the name of godwhen i feel alone inside,i feel a calmness by your remembrancethe memories of arbaeen, the endurance walk toward karbala.دلم از خودم که می ... ردیاد تو ارام می کند مرا حسین..خاطرات اربعینپای پیاد ربلاit is a great feeling,everyone is intent on reaching the shrinefrom the beginning, there was no desire to stay still!i don't know what happened!forget the p ... ions of this world;forget the neglects of this worldso it is arbaeen again,everyone wants to go,i feel good again...حس خوبی استهمه در تدارک رفتن . . .از همان اول بنا به ماندن نداشتیم!ولی نمی دانم چه شد؟!امان از دنیاامان از غفلت هاولی حالا دوباره اربعین استهمه در تدارک رفتن . . .حس خوبی دارم . . .the day of arbaeen is the major cultural event of the world that clears the path for his pilgrims, so dear friend make sure you do not stay behind!پیاده روی اربعین،بزرگترین کار فرهن ... دنیاست!که جلویهمه زائرین، ... حسینحرکت می کند!رفیقجا نمانی!oh hussain: your silent voice, makes the world cry...the fortieth day of mourning؛arbaeen day:anywhere you are, make sure you reach karbala.we should be in karbala before zainab and the caravan, in order to set up everything for the mourning of hussain's children.we should end the loneliness and displacement of this family...visiting and paying homage to imam hussain on the fortieth day (arbaeen), and the route from najaf to karbala is the promised time that we shall see on the arrival of the messahia.the day which money shall have no worth, and it is reign of god almighty's comp ... ion that will eventu ... ادامه ...

نویز سفید، از هدایای فناوری برای ذهن ما

در این نوشته قصد داشتم در مورد نویز سفید مطالب مفصلی بنویسم. اما دیدم شهرزاد عزیز در وبلاگش توضیحات خوبی نوشته و حتی نرم افزاری که می خواستم در نهایت معرفی کنم را هم در انتهای نوشته اش معرفی کرده. اگر تعریف دقیق تری از نویز سفید می خواهید، نوشته ی سایت "بهترین پاسخ" برایتان مفید خواهد بود. به طور خلاصه نویز سفید تعریفی فنی دارد که شهرزاد و سایت بهترین پاسخ در موردش به بهترین نحو نوشته اند. اما اگر نگاهی به نرم افزار white noise free یا صداهای این سایت بیندازید، می بینید امروز به اکثر صداهای طولانی و با الگوی ثابت نویز سفید می گویند. صدای برفک تلوزیون، صدای باران، صدای سوختن هیزم، صدای قطار، جنگل یا پنکه ی اتاق. یکی از جنبه هایی که نویز سفید می تواند به ما کمک کند، کار متمرکز است. سر و صدا، معمولاً تمرکز را سخت می کند. سکوت محض هم به شیوه ی خودش باعث حواس پرتی می شود. شاید بگویید خب یک tone پایه ای از سر و صدا باید باشد: موافقم. اما چقدر احتمال دارد بین این سر و صدا، صدای خاصی وجود ندارد که توجه ما را جلب کند؟ آ ین باری که در یک سر و صدای عمومی بودید را در نظر بگیرید... وقتی آنجا بودید صدای خاصی جلب توجه نمی کر ... ادامه ...

ترجمه مطبوعاتی، متن سوم

in a world of 7 billion people how can we protect wildlife? john scanlon tuesday 30 august 2016 10.00 edt https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/aug/30/7-billion-people-how-protect-wildlife-endangered-species#img-1 consumers and collectors want sturgeon caviar, snakeskin bags, shark meat and fins, wild snowdrop bulbs, precious rosewood furniture, and quality agarwood oil, as well as rare birds, reptiles, cacti and orchids. but they rarely stop to think about their origins. there are now over seven billion people consuming biodiversity every day in the form of medicines, food, clothing, furniture, perfumes and luxury goods. demand for products drawn from nature is increasing, and with it pressure is growing on some of our wildlife species. our capacity to harvest from the wild has no limits, and modern transport has no frontiers. there are 1.1 billion international tourist arrivals a year, 100,000 flights every day, and 500 million containers are shipped a year, allowing wildlife products to reach the four corners of the earth, legally or illegally. the tensions between boosting global trade, promoting development and conserving wildlife persist, in what sometimes seems like a set of objectives that are pulling in opposite directions. but we can also see examples where competing demands have been reconciled, such as through well-regulated trade, under the cites treaty, of wild animals and plants, such as in the wool of the vicuña, made into fine suits; meat of the queen conch, eaten as a delicacy; the skin of the alligator, made into watch st s; or the bark of the african cherry, turned into prostate medicine. each has benefited both the species and local communities and their development. wildlife-based tourism has also greatly benefited from these strict trade ... ادامه ...

ترجمه مطبوعاتی-متن پنجم

in a world of 7 billion people how can we protect wildlife? john scanlon tuesday 30 august 2016 10.00 edt https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/aug/30/7-billion-people-how-protect-wildlife-endangered-species#img-1 consumers and collectors want sturgeon caviar, snakeskin bags, shark meat and fins, wild snowdrop bulbs, precious rosewood furniture, and quality agarwood oil, as well as rare birds, reptiles, cacti and orchids. but they rarely stop to think about their origins. there are now over seven billion people consuming biodiversity every day in the form of medicines, food, clothing, furniture, perfumes and luxury goods. demand for products drawn from nature is increasing, and with it pressure is growing on some of our wildlife species. our capacity to harvest from the wild has no limits, and modern transport has no frontiers. there are 1.1 billion international tourist arrivals a year, 100,000 flights every day, and 500 million containers are shipped a year, allowing wildlife products to reach the four corners of the earth, legally or illegally. the tensions between boosting global trade, promoting development and conserving wildlife persist, in what sometimes seems like a set of objectives that are pulling in opposite directions. but we can also see examples where competing demands have been reconciled, such as through well-regulated trade, under the cites treaty, of wild animals and plants, such as in the wool of the vicuña, made into fine suits; meat of the queen conch, eaten as a delicacy; the skin of the alligator, made into watch st s; or the bark of the african cherry, turned into prostate medicine. each has benefited both the species and local communities and their development. wildlife-based tourism has also greatly benefited from these strict trade c ... ادامه ...

ak-47 maker whips up giant drone you can ride on ****

gadgets ak-47 maker whips up giant drone you can ride on russian manufacturer kalashnikov concern joins the crowded airspace around the idea of smallish pilotable drones. by edward moyer september 27, 2017 what if you could take a consumer drone, douse it with growth serum, and make it big enough to fly around in? it's a bird! it's a plane! it's superdrone! that's a brainstorm that seems to have occurred to a good number of people -- including, now, the makers of the ak-47 ault rifle. kalashnikov concern, part of russian defense company rostec, posted a video to youtube this week that gives a glimpse of a "flying car" prototype, popular mechanics reports. the gadget, which seems far more dronelike than carlike, sports 16 rotors the size of ceiling fans. they're mounted on a metal frame that surrounds a minimal pilot's perch and what looks like a couple of suitcase-size batteries. it's not clear what, exactly, the thing would be used for. let's just say it probably won't be zipping over battlefields anytime soon; one imagines it wouldn't take much to knock it -- and the pilot -- out of the sky. the gizmo joins similar cont tions in the drone-so-big-you-can-ride-it category. there's google co-founder larry page's kitty hawk flyer. there's singapore's proposed flying drone taxis. there's the us army research laboratory's hoverbikes. and there's the slick, mini-helicopter-like surefly and the equally y-looking ehang 184. oh, and there's airbus' drone-meets-pod concept. there're also more home-spun, mad-inventor-y takes on the idea. the volocopter is one. colin furze's hoverbike is another. and then there's this thing, from youtube's amazingdiyprojects. and if all those seem a bit too complex, there's always the tie-a-rope-to-a-drone-and-hang-on-for-dear-life approach. ... ادامه ...

داستان واقعیپ

alien attackthis is adam koch from central broadcasting news. i’m speaking from the roof of our broadcasting office in mid-town new york city. the bells you hear are warning everyone to leave the city. the aliens are coming. in the last hour, thousands of people have left new york city. if you are in new york city, stay away from the bridges. the trains are still running, but the street traffic has completely stopped.our army has been defeated. i repeat, the army around new york city has been completely destroyed. this may be the last broadcast. we will continue reporting until the end.there is a church below us. many people are running inside the church. looking out to the ocean, i can see boats filled with people leaving the city. the streets are full of cars. it’s so crowded, all the cars have stopped. there are people running everywhere. for our listeners in mid-town, do not try to drive! i repeat, do not try to drive. the street traffic in mid-town has completely stopped. wait a minute. there are clouds of smoke coming from the north. it may be a fire or this could be the alien poison gas.i see something in the south. it’s, it’s the … i believe it’s the alien ships. yes, i can see the alien ships coming. there are three, no four, no five alien ships. there are five alien ships flying over the river from the south. they are moving very fast. they are now above downtown.just a moment ladies and gentlemen. i have just received an emergency report from our los angeles office. alien ships are landing all over the country.there are two ships outside of los angeles. chicago, seattle, and washington dc are also reporting alien ships. i repeat there are ships landing all over the country. the whole country is being attacked. this may be the end.wait a minute. i ... ادامه ...

the 3-d printer that could finally change manufacturing***

the 3-d printer that could finally change manufacturing desktop metal thinks its machines will give designers and manufacturers a practical and affordable way to print metal parts. by david rotman april 25, 2017one of desktop metal’s 3-d printers makes a part out of a steel alloy, demonstrating its ability to churn out complex structures. it’s less than two months before his company’s initial product launch, and ceo ric fulop is excitedly showing off rows of stripped-down 3-d printers, several bulky microwave furnaces, and orted small metal objects on a table for display. behind a closed door, a team of industrial designers sit around a shared work desk, each facing a large screen. the wall behind them is papered with various possible looks for the startup’s ambitious products: 3-d printers that can fabricate metal parts cheaply and quickly enough to make the technology practical for widespread use in product design and manufacturing.the company, desktop metal, has raised nearly $100 million from leading venture capital firms and the venture units of such companies as general electric, bmw, and alphabet. the founders include four prominent mit professors, including the head of the school’s department of materials science and emanuel sachs, who filed one of the original patents on 3-d printing in 1989. still, despite all the money and expertise, there’s no guarantee the company will succeed in its goal of reinventing how we make metal parts—and thus transforming much of manufacturing.as fulop moves about the large, open workspace, his excitement and enthusiasm seem tempered by anxiety. the final commercial printers are not yet ready. employees are busy tinkering with the machines, and fabricated test objects are scattered about. progress is being made, but ... ادامه ...

cosm-2

for most of history, astronomers have had to rely on light in the visible part of the spec-trum in order to study the universe. one of the great astronomical achievements of the20th century was the exploitation of the full electromagnetic spectrum for astronomicalmeasurements. we now have instruments capable of making observations of radio waves,microwaves, infrared light, visible light, ultraviolet light, x-rays and gamma rays, whichall correspond to light waves of different (in this case increasing) frequency. we are evenentering an epoch where we can go beyond the electromagnetic spectrum and receive in-formation of other types. a remarkable feature of observations of a nearby supernova in1987 was that it was also seen through detection of neutrinos, an extraordinarily weaklyinteracting type of particle normally ... ociated with radioactive decay. very high energycosmic rays, consisting of highly-relativistic elementary particles, are now routinely de-tected, though as yet there is no clear understanding of their astronomical origin. and asi write, experiments appear close to the goal of directly detecting gravitational waves, rip-ples in space–time itself, and ultimately of using them to observe astronomical events suchas colliding stars.the advent of large ground-based and ... ellite-based telescopes operating in all partsof the electromagnetic spectrum has revolutionized our picture of the universe. whilethere are probably gaps in our knowledge, some of which may be important for all weknow, we do seem to have a consistent picture, based on the cosmological principle, ofhow material is distributed in the universe. my discussion here is brief; for a much moredetailed discussion of the observed universe, see rowan-robinson’s book cosmology (fullreference in the ... ادامه ...

ak-47 maker whips up giant drone you can ride on ****

gadgets ak-47 maker whips up giant drone you can ride on russian manufacturer kalashnikov concern joins the crowded airspace around the idea of smallish pilotable drones. by edward moyer september 27, 2017 what if you could take a consumer drone, douse it with growth serum, and make it big enough to fly around in? ... ادامه ...